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Old 02-23-2012, 04:22 PM   #21
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I have no problem shipping it. It would be going via ups freight. it will be put on a pallet. It will not be cheep though. I would want to send it cod. As I have no way to weigh the parts. The only other way I coukd ship it is to split the pumpkin from the carrier and send the parts in different boxes. Either way they would be shipped with insurance. Let me know if you are still interested in tue parts when you get your taxes.

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Would you be willing to sell just the EGR block-off plates?
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Jared, as an FYI, the diff is much easier to ship separated. It was about $50 for the diff itself when I shipped mine (can't remember where to), and the carrier was $25 via USPS (WA -> NM), UPS would have been $45 as it was dimensional weight with UPS.

The diff is a pain to pack due to weight, the carrier due to size/configuration. For the carrier I ended up bolting the "ears" to a plywood board to stabilize & protect it.

GLWS, the shock brace is tempting, but I haven't seen for sure if the '01 will fit under a NA hood.
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Jared, as an FYI, the diff is much easier to ship separated. It was about $50 for the diff itself when I shipped mine (can't remember where to), and the carrier was $25 via USPS (WA -> NM), UPS would have been $45 as it was dimensional weight with UPS.

The diff is a pain to pack due to weight, the carrier due to size/configuration. For the carrier I ended up bolting the "ears" to a plywood board to stabilize & protect it.

GLWS, the shock brace is tempting, but I haven't seen for sure if the '01 will fit under a NA hood.
Thank you, for that info. I will keep that in mind. As far as the brace is concerned I don't know if it will or not. If we get one into the shop I will test it out to see if it will.

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Old 02-24-2012, 09:54 PM   #26
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Would you be willing to sell just the EGR block-off plates?
I would prefer not, but if you would like I can make you a set. Pm me if interested.

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I would prefer not, but if you would like I can make you a set. Pm me if interested.
OK, thanks. You have a PM.
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Old 02-25-2012, 05:16 PM   #28
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I am heading out to call speedway for the weekend. So if you want any of my parts I will gladly bring them with me. Just let me know by Friday around 5pm. I will be going out the 118 or 101 to the 10.

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Got my tax return, PM'ing you about the Torsen.
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Old 02-29-2012, 04:19 PM   #33
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Clutch and tow hook sold. Thank you,

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I sent you an email about the strut brace last night. I'd like to pick it up on Sunday night.
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I sent you an email about the strut brace last night. I'd like to pick it up on Sunday night.
That is not a problem. Sorry I totally spaced on it. You wanted the factory strut bar or the racing beat brace? I dont remember off the top of my head.

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I want the factory strut bar
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Strut bar sold. Thank you.

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Do you still have the clutch and flywheel? how many miles?

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Do you still have the clutch and flywheel? how many miles?
Nope it was sld last week.

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